Mixtape

Mixtape 66 by DJ Lazerhaze

If Lazerhaze appears to you as an adhd-driven young gun, you’re only catching a glimpse of his potential. After witnessing him perform in various settings, he has to be considered an autodidactic enfant terrible and a genre bending enthusiast.

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Mixtape 65 by Capablanca

Easy Listening is aweful. It’s composed for only one reason: to give us the impression, that „everything is just fine”. But sometimes nothing is just fine. Cut it short: Easy Listening is the biggest garbage dump in the history of music genres. It’s even worse than (insert name of a band you really hate) and […]

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Mixtape 64 by Undermind

From Potsdam to Berlin. From Tacheles to Humboldthain. From Eclecticism to Eclecticism. Consider this a short bio of Oliver Jungnick aka Undermind. The booker and founder of Berlin-Wedding’s club Humboldthain seems to be one of those who easily reach their next level by – ya’ll know it – going with the flow. 

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Mixtape 62 by Isabelle

When I met Isabelle in 2016 for the first time she was in her early twenties. She still is. She’s in my clique. She’s smart, she’s zen and she got the looks. She knows. She’s my plug to Hamburg’s fresh talents – music and art-wise. She’s down. She’s my hidden champion. She’s trusting and she’s […]

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Mixtape 61 by Gabber Eleganza

In cooperation with Internationales Sommerfestival Kampnagel: Gabber Eleganza will play amongst Terrorrythmus and Pelle Buys on August 23, 10 PM at Kampnagel (Hamburg).

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TISSUE Magazine Mixtape 59
by Alexander Arpeggio

Influenced by New wave, Italo disco and Minimal synth music, Alexander Arpeggio aka spAceLex started DJing in 2002. The Berlin-based producer builds hypnotic stories where cosmic music, wave and obscure disco blend with contemporary electronics to form something truly unique.

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TISSUE Magazine Mixtape 58
by Naks

Imagine the only club in town closes. What would you do? First: you don’t give a damn, start a family, build a house etcetera blah blah. Second: your social life dies, you freak out and kill yourself. Third: you pack your passion and your stuff and move to Berlin.

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TISSUE Magazine Mixtape 57
by Phil Banks

Cornwall’s forgotten corner. The description Phil Banks gives us of his hometown sounds like a one-horse town in the nowhere of England. Which it actually is. Isolated, grey and rainy. Far away from the noisy metropolises, everyone walks quietly through the streets. Maybe it’s exactly this quietness, that strengthens Phil Banks’ vision of music. Maybe […]

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